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BRICS Works For Shared Prosperity

The BRICS mechanism is not in competition with other mechanisms. It is open, transparent and inclusive and will always follow the principle of consensus building. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrives at the Phoenix Airport in Sanya, China on Tuesday to attend BRICS summit. In the past decade, the BRICS... 

NE Siblings Assaulted In South Delhi

NEW DELHI, Apr 14: A brother-sister duo from Manipur was allegedly beaten up by their neighbor in south Delhi after they had an argument with the latter on Tuesday night. The man had allegedly installed a camera with which he was videotaping the woman‘s movements. The siblings, who have been residing... 

INTERVIEW: ULFA Is Committed To Peace: Arabinda Rajkhowa

ULFA head says all energies are focused on making peace happen in Assam this time Arabinda Rajkhowa. Image Credit: Tehelka In the din of the assembly election, a significant event has got lost. The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), a banned outfit, held its 32nd Raising Day in the open in Assam.... 

Press Release: One More Attack on Two North East Boys in Murnika, South Delhi

North East Support Centre & Helpline RZ 61, 4th Floor, Palam Vihar, Dwarka, New Delhi 110075. Tel 25084561 For Immediate Release For more information, please contact Madhu Chandra – Spokesperson 9716004939 New Delhi, April 13, 2011 (3:15 PM) ————————————————————————– One... 

Militarism And The Future Of Democracy In Manipur, Impressions From The Field

While most of the States in Northeast India are slowly but steadily edging towards the resolution of the multiple armed conflicts that have plagued them for decades, Manipur continues to remain unstable. In Assam, the dialogue process is underway with the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA). In Nagaland,... 

Ibobi Seeks Surrender Bait For Rebels

IMPHAL, Apr 13: Manipur chief minister Okram Ibobi Singh today called for a more attractive surrender and rehabilitation policy to bring back militants from the path of violence. Talking to reporters today after receiving weapons from 13 militants belonging to the NNC/FGN of Nagaland and the DHD (Jewel)... 

EDITORIAL: Defending A Lost Cause

It is expected of the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, to come to the rescue of his fellow colleagues in Government, not only in the Congress but also in the parties which are partners in the UPA Government, whenever they find themselves at the receiving end of the Opposition parties, but there is... 

13 DHD (J), FGN Cadres Surrender To CM

UG cadre handing over arms to the CM during the surrender ceremony and the weapons surrendered. Image Credit: Sangai Photo IMPHAL, Apr 13: In a significant development, five cadres of the Dima Halam Daogah – Jewel (DHD-J) faction, whose area of operation is mostly confined in Assam State and eight... 

SAPO Checks Movement In Nagaland-Manipur Border

KIGWEMA, Apr 13 : Tension is running high along the Nagaland-Manipur border with the standoff between the Southern Angami and Mao communities threatening to lead to a confrontation over the Kezol dispute. As the agitation in the form of restriction of social mobility for people belonging to the Mao community... 

Fitting Floral Tributes Paid To ‘Martyred’ PLA Leaders

While some pay tributes none, including women and kids, are spared from intense checking. Image Credit: Sangai Photo IMPHAL, Apr 13: Amid tight security measures, people in large number offered floral tribute to the departed souls of the proscribed People’s Liberation Army (PLA) at the Cheiraoching... 

Text Books Fiasco Takes Ugly Turn With MSF, Takes To Muscle Power, Private Schools Decry Assault, Slur Cast

IMPHAL, Apr 13: All Manipur Recognized Private Schools’ Welfare Association has strongly condemned assault of the elderly secretary general of the body, Khoisnam Japan by volunteers of Manipuri Students’ Federation (MSF) on April 11 over the issue of teaching text books published by outside firms... 

MOBC Minister States His Stand In ‘Commission’ Case

MOBC Minister Allauddin IMPHAL, Apr 13: Minister of MOBC Md Alauddin Khan has refuted the charge of taking a sum of Rs 7.81 lakhs as commission under various poultry schemes undertaken by his Ministry as false and baseless. According to official documents which are with The Sangai Express, the Minister... 
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State Finally Wakes Up To Climate Change, On Paper! Action Plan On Climate Change Drafted

IMPHAL, Apr 13: Along with drafting of an Action Plan on Climate Change, the State Government has geared up to combat the challenges posed by climate change in Manipur through eight missions. On the other hand, predicting acute shortage of water in Manipur as an impact of climate change in the years,...